by Scagell & Frydman
He who starts his wandering journey through the skies encumbered with a telescope seldom comes to really know the stars and constellations. All too soon he becomes enthralled by the splendor of Saturn’s rings, or the craters on the Moon, and fails to read the thrilling early pages of the sky’s wide open book.
So it is recommended that after learning the constellations for navigation purposes, one may wish to go the next step further with binoculars—and this is the perfect book to do it with. It will guide your eyes and binoculars to abundant proof that the sky is a busy place.
This book is considered an essential book for any beginner who wishes to observe the night sky with binoculars. SC. 2014. 208 pages SW 0.7 lbs.